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I am losing confidence in my current Fee Only Planner. Has anyone changed planners during their retirement?

I think very few people who use a Financial Planner, fee or otherwise, ever actaully get to retire. The financial planner ends up with too much of the money, regardless of what they might say. Alternatively, the hopeful retiree learns the hard way that most financial planners don't know squat about financial planning. In short, if you want to retire with financial security, you should learn to do things yourself, because flushing good money down the drain.
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